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Old 03 Dec 2010, 11:19 pm
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Default Head unit upgrade

i just got done upgrading my head unit and threw in 2 kenwoods with neons in my ptc and after i was done the air bag light starting to go off randomly. does anyone have a clue why that would be going off. before i did the head unit the air bag sensor never came on.
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Old 16 Dec 2010, 07:34 pm
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Default Re: Head unit upgrade

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i just got done upgrading my head unit and threw in 2 kenwoods with neons in my ptc and after i was done the air bag light starting to go off randomly. does anyone have a clue why that would be going off. before i did the head unit the air bag sensor never came on.
What year is your PT? '06 and up run off the CAN buss and you can't just swap head units or you affect just about everything electrical in that car.
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